Reconnaisance as a Fine Art Under the Present Conditions of War

@article{OrmsbyJohnson1902ReconnaisanceAA,
  title={Reconnaisance as a Fine Art Under the Present Conditions of War},
  author={F. C. Ormsby-Johnson},
  journal={RUSI Journal},
  year={1902},
  volume={46},
  pages={1194-1215}
}
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Scouting for Soldiers: Reconnaissance and the British Cavalry, 1899—1914

Although reconnaissance was considered the primary duty of cavalry, British cavalry were poorly trained in this role prior to the Anglo-Boer War (1899—1902). The dismal performance of scouting duties